South Somerset is under water due to tornado rain causing flooding.

Roads and rail services are in disarray this morning as South Somerset was devastated by flooding over the last 48 hours.
Rescue services have assisted homeowners affected by flood water entering their homes across the region.
Travel this morning is in chaos, with commuters being hit by severe delays both Exeter and London bound.
The Crewkerne tunnel is currently closed due to landslides.
This, as well as other major flooding, has severely affected the timetables of morning trains, whilst both lines via either Yeovil Junction or Yeovil Penn Mill are severely affected.
Over the last 48 hours, torrential rain has flooded fields while local rivers burst their banks.
All travellers are advised to check timetables for cancellations and delays before travelling, as some trains are still running at reduced speeds through flooded areas whilst many have been cancelled.
Meanwhile, the A303, the main artery route linking London to Devon, is at a standstill in many areas, with the likelihood it could close shortly in certain Somerset areas.
The emergency services are now advising people not to travel unless necessary.
News is coming in that commuters to London have been stranded at Westbury station due to the line being flooded and trains cancelled between Cornwall and London.